Top 100 Finger Foods: 100 Recipes for a Healthy, Happy Child (Google eBook)
Following up on her hit bestseller Top 100 Baby Purees, Annabel Karmel presents Top 100 Finger Foods, a scrumptious guide to creating tasty tidbits that young children can really sink their teeth (or gums!) into. By the age of nine months, many babies are ready and eager to start feeding themselves. Although they might not be able to handle a spoon, children of this age can master the art of eating on their own -- as long as the food they're served is right-sized! Finger foods are the perfect solution.
This essential collection is packed with tempting, nourishing recipes for babies and older children -- from French Toast Fingers and Mini Chicken Sliders to Tuna Muffin Melts and Salad Lollipops -- helping you safely introduce new tastes and textures to your baby and ensuring that your child is healthy, happy, and content.
In Top 100 Finger Foods you will find:
• Delicious options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert
• Creative ideas for making hearty meals finger-friendly
• Important information on choking prevention and soothing suggestions for your teething little one
• Quick and easy recipes, using basic ingredients, that your child can prepare with you
Packed with wholesome fruits and vegetables, and innovative fish, meat, and chicken creations, Top 100 Finger Foods will satisfy the appetites of growing children -- and with dishes so tasty, parents will want to join in the fun, too. Eating with your hands has never been so delicious and nutritious!
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Review: Top 100 Finger Foods: 100 Recipes for a Healthy, Happy ChildUser Review - Margaret - Goodreads
I love love love love absolutely love this book! As my AppleBlossom has just started eating some pureed foods I have found myself curious about what is to come next. Then I happened upon Annabel ... Read full review
Review: Top 100 Finger Foods: 100 Recipes for a Healthy, Happy ChildUser Review - Marjanne - Goodreads
I haven't actually tried any of these recipes, but they look good. In fact, when I first browsed through it I thought that even adults would want to eat most of this 'kid' food. While it's geared ... Read full review